Episode 784: Q&A 170: Can We See The Stars In Andromeda? And More...
In this week's QA, I talk about how we can see individual stars in a galaxy like Andromeda, how we know the Universe is bigger than we can observe, and whether black holes are solid objects or infinitely dense singularities.
01:07 Can we see the stars in Andromeda?
03:21 How do we know the Universe is bigger than we can see?
09:24 Are black holes solid?
12:03 How did the Moon form out of debris?
13:49 Are there pieces of Earth on other worlds?
15:49 When will we see the first pictures from Webb?
17:12 Is tech in Webb obsolete?
19:10 Is dark matter black holes?
20:55 Why does Webb orbit around in empty space?
22:11 Would the Universe look different billions of years ago?
23:06 What launch would I like to see in person?
25:10 What other space missions should we get excited about?
26:38 Can Vera Rubin see JWST?
27:41 Do we live in a black hole or simulation?
28:51 Could a micro-meteorite impact JWST?
29:57 What are some cool ideas for space telescopes?
33:50 Will we have a permanent lunar base by 2050?
34:45 Can we see exo-Oort clouds?
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